Remmich, a 5-11 junior forward from Wichita, Kan., scored six goals to help MidAmerica Nazarene to a 3-0 week. After going scoreless in the 1-0 victory against Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) on Sept. 5, he notched the game-winner in the 1-0 triumph over Friends (Kan.) on Sept. 9. Remmich finished the week by slashing the Mount Mercy (Iowa) defense for a school-record five goals in the 8-2 victory on Sept. 10. Overall, he ranks fifth in the country with nine goals and sixth in total points (18).
Winstanley, a 5-10 senior goalkeeper from Stone, England, was impressive for Illinois Tech at the Waterford Lodge Tournament hosted by Bethel (Ind.) held from Sept. 9 – 10. He was credited with nine saves in 180 minutes of action and allowed just one goal in two matches. In the 4-0 shutout of Indiana Wesleyan, he posted six saves to earn his second blanking of the season. In the 2-1 upset over No. 19 Bethel, Winstanley stopped three shots on goal. He ranks 23rd in the NAIA in saves per game (6.3).
Offensive Nominees: Victor Costa, Oklahoma Baptist; Ivan Kovacevic, Texas Wesleyan; Kenniel Hyde, Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.); Jose Velasco, Kansas Wesleyan; Juan Sierra, Siena Heights (Mich.); Luis Heitor-Piffer, Grand View (Iowa); Joao Paulo Parra, William Woods (Mo.); Shane Barthuly, Grace (Ind.); Adrian Mendoza, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Eoin Dolan, Mobile (Ala.); Lucas Almeida, Oklahoma Wesleyan; Paul Islas, Fresno Pacific (Calif.); Ignacio Brown, Florida Memorial; Luke Winter, Tennessee Wesleyan; Joel Thiessen, Rio Grande (Ohio); Graeme Port, Illinois Tech; Kyle Clifford, Daemen (N.Y.); Ryan Moberley, Asbury (Ky.); Marius Theodorsen, Great Falls (Mont.); Septi Danciu, Concordia (Ore.); Jason Wong, Midland (Neb.); Martin Meastratti, Holy Names (Calif.).
Defensive Nominees: Juan Maya, Huston-Tillotson (Texas); Matt Tucker, St. Ambrose (Iowa); James Dulhanty, Marian (Ind.); Matthew Shattuck, Cumberland (Tenn.); Edgar Toco-Ayala, Kansas Wesleyan; Jefferson Watson, Bluefield (Va.); Mitchell Kelman, Point Park (Pa.); Reece Richardson, Indiana Tech; Fernando Galvan, Benedictine (Kan.); Yuta Nomura, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.); Nathan Kenyon, Houston-Victoria (Texas); Xavier Audergon, Mobile (Ala.); Matt Mckenna, Columbia (Mo.); Damir Sabanovic, Westminster (Utah); Anthony Oliscard, Florida Memorial; Nathan Inger, Rogers State (Okla.); Drew Bonifacio, Warner Pacific (Ore.); Aaron Fenlason, Biola (Calif.); Lewis Wilcox, Midland (Neb.); Mathias Spinnars, Holy Names (Calif.).
2011 Men’s Soccer Players of the Week (Offensive; Defensive)
Week 1: Billy Forbes, Lubbock Christian (Texas); Zack Schultze, Reinhardt (Ga.)
Week 2: Trent Remmich, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.); Sam Winstanley, Illinois Tech